Waste cooking oil, sulfur and wool offcuts have been put to good use by green chemists at Flinders University to produce a sustainable new kind of […]
Polluted beaches, oily water, dead birds and marine life destruction caused by crude oil spills could be a thing of the past with pioneering new research […]
The future of improved biomarkers is looking brighter as Flinders University researchers shine a laser light on promising new ‘green’ compounds for medical applications. Streamlining production […]
Flinders PhD chemistry researcher Lisa Alcock will get a global view as part of the 2017 SciFinder Future Leaders program in the US. She was one […]
Work at Flinders to test and commercialise a new method to remove mercury pollution from land and water will progress this year with an $80,000 Australian Government environmental […]
From the shearing shed to catwalk, world stockpiles of waste wool are suddenly in fashion with Flinders scientists.
A $1.1 million Clean Technology Laboratory dedicated to developing products and processes in a cleaner, greener way, will officially open at Flinders University today (Tuesday, November 19).
Creating a zero-waste society through products and processes that are “benign by design” is essential to the future of humanity, Flinders University’s Professor Colin Raston says.
Establishing an integrated research and teaching institute for clean technology is Professor Colin Raston’s ultimate goal.